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Windsor, Berkshire

Campsites Near Windsor

Your guide to Windsor camping

Campsites near Windsor make the perfect base for exploring the town. Windsor Castle and Legoland are some of the top attractions here but there’s plenty more to see and do listed down below. View the best campsites in Windsor and plan your trip with us here.  

Windsor camping FAQs

Which campsites are near Windsor Castle?
All of our campsites near Windsor are within easy travelling distance of Windsor Castle. You can search campsites by postcode on SiteSeeker.
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Which campsites near Windsor allow dogs?

Most of our campsites near Windsor are dog friendly but look out for dog friendly facility icons on campsites, such as whether there’s a designated dog walk or doggy shower to check before you book. View a list of our top dog friendly campsites.

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Which campsites near Windsor are open all year round?
View all our campsites open year-round, including those in Windsor.
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Which Windsor campsites are adult only?

Most of our campsites are family friendly however, a selection of our member exclusive sites are adult only.

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Things to do and see while camping in Windsor

Windsor instantly brings forward thoughts of the British Royal Family, which is a huge pull for those visiting the area. Aside from exploring the town’s royal past, there are plenty of other things to do, including popular family attractions. Below you’ll find details of just some of the things to do and places to visit when camping near Windsor.

1. Windsor Castle dates back almost 1,000 years. As well as its fascinating past and royal connections, the palace is visually wonderful. There’s enough to do at Windsor Castle to fill a full day with your ticket also allowing you to visit St George’s Castle.

2. Windsor Great Park has 5,000 acres to explore. The Long Walk is a 2.65-mile path leading toward Windsor Castle, with brilliant views for those that get to the end.

3. The Windsor and Royal Borough Museum is part of the Guildhall, and while small, it has some fascinating exhibits relating to Windsor.

4. For campers with young children, Legoland Windsor is unmissable. With brilliant rides, events and plenty of family fun, it makes a great day out.

5. The riverside site of Runnymede was the place King John sealed the Magna Carta in 1215. The location’s great historical significance is worth the visit alone. Today you’ll find monuments, memorials, art and walking trails to explore.

6. The River Thames is the river you’ll find running alongside Windsor. You can simply enjoy a walk along the paved pathways, book onto a boat tour or hire a boat to enjoy the water.

7. Just across the Thames, you’ll be in the town of Eton. Here you’ll find the Eton College Natural History Museum which holds various scientific objects of interest.

8. Those camping in Windsor don’t need to travel to London to enjoy the theatre. It’s worth checking what’s on at the Theatre Royal, which hosts musicals, plays, comedy acts and much more year-round.

9. With pedestrian-only areas, shopping centres and streets lined with both independent and high-street shops, Windsor is a great town for shopping. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants to enjoy too.

10. Walking and bus tours are available in Windsor and are a great way to get your bearings and see things you might not have spotted without a guide.

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